Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has been making headlines and waves lately for his increasingly caustic stance against the USSA, and his overtures to China amid the hotly contested issues in the South China Sea, so much so that there has even been speculation on the internet concerning just how long Mr. Duterte will be allowed to continue the attacks against Washington before he is heart-attacked and the Philippines is "spontaneously regime changed by indigenous freedom fighters which Washington supports." Of course, the problem is, Mr. Duterte thinks of his country as a sovereign nation (which it is), and Washington, in its globaloney fantasies, thinks all nations are obsolete(which they are not), all borders are lines on a map(which they aren't), and all places with bases are USSA spaces(which they're not).

The problem for Washington now of course is that the American lamestream media's credibility is so low, and Washington has played the regime change card so much, that no one would believe it, even in Manila where it still has many friends.

The other problem is that Mr. Duterte, behind his over-the-top rhetoric, appears to be playing a more cagey game, as this article shared by Mr. T.M. suggests:

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has taken his US-bashing to Japan

Note the following:

He has insulted President Barack Obama, calling him the "son of a whore" and saying the Philippines can live without US assistance, though he walked back a statement in Beijing last week announcing a "separation" from the US.

On Tuesday in Japan, before a cheering audience of resident Filipinos, Duterte called Americans "stupid" -- but went out of his way to praise his hosts.

"Japan has really been our biggest helper," he said, pointing to help with an airport and road-building projects. "The fact is they are really so very kind."

Duterte told reporters before he left that he was keen to boost bilateral trade and was looking forward to meeting top Japanese executives.

"I will tell them clearly that the Philippines is open for business," he said, adding he wanted Japanese cooperation on key infrastructure projects.

If one didn't know better, one might speculate and conclude that Mr. Duterte is not only seeking to open up better relations with China and to seek Chinese investments in his country, but that, by following his summit with Mr. Xi Jinping, to do the same with Japan, in order to continue its aid to the Philippines. And again the key word in all these discussions is "infrastructure." The USSA builds bases, and can offer little else. China and Japan build airports and high speed rail. And so on. If the pattern continues, one should expect Mr. Duterte to make significant overtures to the other economic powerhouse in the region, Indonesia. In effect, Mr. Duterte appears to be trying to carefully position the Philippines between the two Asian economic powers, a dangerous game, but one that must be played if the Philippines is to become more independent of the USSA.

But there's something else being suggested in this article, something else lying between the lines once again, and this occurs toward the end of the article, after it notes that Mr. Duterte will also meet with Japanese Emperor Akihito:

Yoshihide Suga, Japan's top government spokesman, said on Wednesday that the government will continue to aid Philippine development, but he sidestepped whether relations with the US will be a summit topic.

He said Abe will seek "frank exchanges of views from the standpoint that Japan and the Philippines will continue to contribute to regional peace, stability and prosperity."

I suggest that the fact Mr. Duterte meets with Emperor Akihito indicates how strongly the Japanese view his visit, and the importance they place on it, and on maintaining good relations with the Philippines, and that brings us to the points made here: (1) that no indications of "whether relations with the US will be a summit topic" and (2) Mr. Abe will seek "frank exchanges" concerning regional security issues.

How might one parse all of this? Japan will, of course, be a "dutiful and honorable ally" of the USSA and relay the USSA's concerns to Mr. Duterte concerning those regional security issues.

... However, I strongly suspect that when the Japanese security services have removed the American bugs, and ensconced Mr. Duterte and Mr. Abe in the sound-proof room deep underground and away from snooping US lasers being bounced off windows, that the conversation might be somewhat different, namely, with both leaders agreeing that the USSA has become the primary unipolar threat to peace and security just about everywhere it has gone lately, and that talk will turn to the inevitable decline of the US empire, and the long-term need for other regional powers to step up to the plate. That "even more frank" discussion is likely to include indications that Japan's rearmament plans are designed to assuage American security concerns in the short term, while positioning Japan in the long term to be, with India, the other counterpoise to growing Chinese power in the region. As the article notes, Japan has already extended military aid to the Philippines, and in return for Japanese investments, one might expect that aid to be beefed up, perhaps even in the form of semi-permanent Japanese basing in the region.

If this reading of Mr. Abe's government sounds a bit outlandish, only recall that recently Mrs. Abe participated in demonstrations against the US base in Okinawa. we were told publicly of course that this was done without Mr. Abe's or his government's knowledge and approval. And if you believe that, there are several big bridges in Manhattan for sale, cheap.

And as for Mr. Duterte, how will we know if he is following this geopolitical agenda? Watch for overtures to Indonesia, Malaysia, and eventually, India and perhaps even Russia.

And as always, watch Mr. Abe's government very carefully.


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Kahlypso on October 31, 2016 at 4:35 am

    This comment has nothing to do with this thread, I just wanted to relate to Dr Farrel’s theory about the Pyramids being Weapons.. https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2016/10/28/circular-logic/ the last phrase of the webpage…
    “The origin of the multi-ringed basins is most likely not due to asteroid or comet impacts billions of years ago, but to the action of interplanetary electric arcs, burning hot and explosively violent.”

    Duterte is a thug. A violent thug.. An anti american thug.. He also has a dirty potty mouth.
    I dont think he’ll be suicided or natural deathed. He needs to be pubically disgraced and run to ground. Expect something more along the lines of ‘he was a drug dealer all along and he just wanted to kill off all the competition’ or.. ‘he’s a child rapist’
    Something to push the public towards a hanging..

  2. goshawks on October 30, 2016 at 8:35 pm

    iZeta (and all), my comment is out of moderation.


  3. Roger on October 30, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    America’s and Europe’s empire building model of economic suppression and installing brutal paid off dictators is no longer viable to the Chinese infrastructure building and resource sharing co-operative trusts. If America and Europe don’t start helping modernize and investing in the suppressed former colonies they will soon become obsolete, isolated backwaters themselves. The former colonies with Chinese and Russian mutual investments in each others well being and quality of life will soon surpass the West’s quality of life and living standards. And likely technological capabilities as well if the combined power house of wealth of the new co-operatives is thrown behind developing new technologies. Imagine superior universities to the West’s being built in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East along with co-operative trade and equal development. If racism and greed can be defeated I sense a new renaisance about to spring forth. The third world is deffinately hungry and ripe for one.

    • Roger on October 30, 2016 at 3:51 pm

      We just have to watch out for the Cuba experiment. The West degrading to the level of Cuba’s limited standard of living and technological development while the third world gets lifted up to a Cuba style government with no rights and a barely sustainable state given living may be what’s truly being aimed for here in a new fake cold war where the white and black hat roles are temporarily reversed to achieve it.

      • zendogbreath on October 30, 2016 at 7:46 pm

        roger, please clarify this a bit. it seemed pretty clear until the second comment at 351pm. the only issue i take with the first comment at 321pm is the tense you used in the comments. have you looked lately at where the ussa comes in compared to other countries in terms of education? infant mortality? maternal mortality? health care in general? diet? debt? mfg?…………

        • Roger on October 30, 2016 at 8:47 pm

          I watched some truther girl videos on her Cuba vacation. The Cubans might have no homelessness, bare minimum of food and personal property allowed to them, and free healthcare but they are a very tightly regulated and controlled society. I’ll take freedom over security any day. Seemed to me they were a perfect model of how agenda 21 and the other Global agendas might play out, especially the austerity agenda.

        • Roger on October 30, 2016 at 8:59 pm

          The USSA will become the great USA (land of the strong and the brave) again if we manage to kick the Global infiltrators out of office and prosecute any Elite caught slow poisoning us through tainting the air, water, food, and medicines. All those things are on the rise because the level of corruption in this country that may be sponsoring these events to reduce the global population(especially of Americans who think they have rights) has reached a critical point.

          • zendogbreath on November 4, 2016 at 12:45 am

            agreed on the cuban not so experimental experiment. it’s just another jesuit reduction. look at castro’s education. and look at paraguay.

            agreed with the corruption. not so sure how i imagine resolving it yet though. i haven’t heard much out of any demographic in the ussa yet asking simple questions like: if everyone everywhere owes so much money and everyone everywhere is broke and in debt, who exactly is the one guy left holding all that debt? who in this leaky boat is getting all the sea rations and distilled water while the rest of us suffer?

            when i hear such questions asked, i’ll figure some change is coming. now whether what that light in the tunnel we see coming at is us, i don’t know.

  4. basta on October 30, 2016 at 3:14 pm

    You know, somewhat as an aside but Duterte the other day confessed that God had spoke to him and had told him not to curse or be belligerent anymore or that he would be punished, and that he must mend his ways and be more humble. Specifically, he mentioned that he had had the vision of a plane crash.

    CIA much?

    • moxie on October 30, 2016 at 3:37 pm

      Yup. That, and he likes to mess with people’s heads…

    • zendogbreath on October 30, 2016 at 7:42 pm

      basta. perhaps he’s learned a bit from a venezualan example eh? besides, what’s he gaining anymore from the bombast? he needs his asian neighbors to assure his survival. he’ll do what they want him to do. how much more do they need him to do besides ease the ussa out of their hair. clearly he’s doing that as fast as anyone can.

    • basta on October 30, 2016 at 8:01 pm

      Actually, what I meant by my comment was that he was “hearing the voice of God” via the use of advanced US spook tech that has been revealed on this site and elsewhere, which can implant “voices” and “images” into the mind, and can read and image it as well.

      I find it particularly telling that Duterte had a vision of a plane crash — the preferred, contrived end of all those prominent figures (Ron Brown, JFK Jr, Paul Wellstone …) who irredeemably cross the US deep state.

  5. DownunderET on October 30, 2016 at 2:15 pm

    Japan and the PI, eh, can anybody say Yamashita’s gold, or Gold Warriors here. There is one thing more important than making political friends, and that’s money, or possibly gold in this case. Obviously the PI president is making plans for the future, so it’s out with the old friends and in with the new friends, but just maybe there is a hidden agenda here.

  6. Robert Barricklow on October 30, 2016 at 11:35 am

    The Ugly American personifies the foreign policies of the empire; infested with neoliberal Kristol neo cons. Like the Israeli’s; only the world is it’s Gaza

    • zendogbreath on October 30, 2016 at 7:37 pm

      wow. rb. nice. wanna call it analogy. it’s too close to reality to call it an analogy.

  7. marcos toledo on October 30, 2016 at 11:11 am

    The Philippines were much further away than Hawaii to be incorporated as a state of the union. And to big to be held openly as a territory like Guam or Samoa so it has been given a pseudo freedom-quizi-independent state status. Duterte is now openly challenging that status by declaring the Philippines sovereignty. Lets face it China, Japan are the Philippines neighbors the CSA is not and like Japan they are sick and tired of hosting the CSA military bases on the territory and quit rightly wants them close down and these garrisons to leave.

  8. Neru on October 30, 2016 at 11:09 am

    Sputnik is full of articles if Killary gets elected Asia Pacific is on the menu to destabilize. Who knows whow crazy a crumbling empire gets. Militairy wise I wonder if they are capable if it truely comes to blows.

    Hope those futures of the countries stripped of any decency by the globalist wreck and ruin have a brighter future, they certainly deserve it.

  9. moxie on October 30, 2016 at 10:54 am

    It remains to be seen what impact will President Duterte’s actions have on geopolitics beyond Asia, but the USSA surely did not see that one coming. Duterte’s over-the-top rhetorics are, for the most part – not miscalculations.
    It was wise for the gov’t to opt for Infrastructure investments rather than monetary aids that are easily pocketed mostly by PH politicians obedient to the USSA.
    HIs next trip will be to Malaysia, then maybe a meeting with President Widodo of Indonesia. And then yes, perhaps Russia.

  10. Vomito Blanco on October 30, 2016 at 8:04 am

    Interesting that the proposed high speed rail system and airports that Japan intends to magnanimously build for the Philippines run through all the same locations where, according to the map I once purchased from a Filipino tuk-tuk driver, Yamashita’s gold could potentially have been hidden. Perhaps the Japanese are using this as an opportunity to secretly search for the lost Golden Lily treasure, this time under the guise of infrastructure development and are bringing in all the heavy excavation equipment to do so. Fortunately for the Japanese, the Filipino government is too dumb or just to corrupt to notice that many of the trains lead to nowhere and the airports are far away from any population centers. One airport is actually going to be built under water. And in true Japanese fashion, they intend to spend more money searching for this treasure then it is actually estimated to be worth. The CIA station chief in Manila suspects Japan’s true intentions but knows full well Yamashita’s gold was tracked down by American intelligence right after the war. None the less, the CIA has started to arm thousands of Filipino rebels and jihadists throughout the proposed construction areas in order to disrupt the project. Moreover, the US military is planning on building five new bases in the Philippines as well to search for the treasure on orders of the Secretary of Defense who apparently bought the same map I did.

    Also in the treasure hunting mix is the Clinton Global Initiative and George Soros, who according to a leaked memo, plan to foment a color revolution using self declared indigenous Filipinos who will demand that all construction can only be carried out by a construction company owned by a Filipino with zero European or North Asian heritage. Harvard educated Abian Biko, a former Goldman Sachs VP and close friend of the Clintons is slated to head the construction project for his native people. Furthermore, ten percent of the project funding will go to building rural hospitals where the Philippine’s large number of transgenders will be able to get gender reassignment surgery freely on demand. Also on the Golden Lily treasure quest are the Carlyle Group, the Japanese Yakuza, Elan Musk, Amazon, Google, Karen Hudes, the Vatican, and a consortium of Nigerian business men who are actually more interested in selling counterfeit Bearer Bonds to the other treasure seekers than finding the gold itself.

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